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Sample Calculations to Australian Standard AS1170 for design loads for a Post to a Barrier
AS Distinguishes between guardrail and handrail height top rail 3. No consideration of a direct lateral load to face of vertical element. B1 A barrier has to have a minimum height to minimise chances of a person toppling over the barrier. B3 A barrier that is not a simple rail, does not need a maximum limit on its functional height, only a lower limit. B4 Guardrails and handrails may or may not be one and the same component of a barrier system.
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